Beyond Sacrifice, A solo exhibition by photographer & Senior Student Carmen Yahchouchy

Winner of the Byblos Bank award for photography 2015, Carmen Yahchouchy is a senior NDU photography student. She will be exhibiting ‘Beyond Sacrifice’ her first solo photography show at Byblos Bank headquarters – Ashrafieh on… Continue reading


Find below GIF animations done by senior student and photographer Yara Bsaibes

Students work in the press.

Find out about our senior student and photographer Yara Bsaibes, who was selected as a finalist in a photography competition by: the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) ‘The war as I see it’ in… Continue reading

Senior student Hassan Farhat on Lensculture

Senior student Hassan Farhat got selected and is showcased on Lens Culture with four of his projects: Through you, Contradictory Landscapes, One Day In Life and When you’re away. Hassan’s projects can also be… Continue reading

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year from the NDU photography program and the Rawcircle team.

Interview with Cynthia Ghoussoub – NDU photography graduate – following her solo show “Fragments of Time”

Please check the link to watch the interview with Cynthia Ghoussoub following her solo show “Fragments of Time”

FRAGMENTS OF TIME | A SOLO EXHIBITION by photographer Cynthia Ghoussoub

The opening reception will take place on Friday, November 6, 2015 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. For more info do not hesitate to visit:

Stay at home dreams, Senior project by photographer Maria Chehwan

Occupation: housewife Age: above 45 Status: perfect I went looking beyond the image of a perfect all time Lebanese housewife; the moms that we grew up with, knowing that they’re all labelled with… Continue reading

My Mother’s Gun: Lebanon’s story in one moving photo

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Read more about the interview with photographer Cynthia Ghoussoub in Arab Ad magazine from october 2015. interview starts page 178.